My prayers are with you, Nard.
Love and prayers for Nard Kordell. Merry Christmas, my friend. You're the best.
I wonder if we could each write a little something to be collectively delivered to Nard.
Perhaps, if anybody lives near him who might be planning a visit. Volunteers?
God be with you, brother Nard.
missed alot last bunch of weeks. Slowly try to work my way back.
Thank you to all the well wishers...Nard stated
will write later..M.Kordell
Wife of Nard.
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The brightest blessings to you both!
Yes, we are pulling for you!
Interesting read here....so ray's shooting for 90!! WOW!!
"Once a Ray Bradbury fan, always a Ray Bradbury fan!"
I wish Nard all the best!
Mr. Bradbury's work is positively STUFFED with God! Not the evangelical Christian God, or the God of any other denomination, but the Creator of this wondrous universe who laid the touch of magic upon all of creation.
Ray Bradbury can see that magical light in all things. And wonder of wonders, he has been able to share it with us in such delightful abundance.
God is too big to fit into one building, or one set of ideas. God is, pure and simple, no matter which of his infinite faces we may see. If Jesus was around today, chances are he'd be literate, which he almost certainly was not. And I would bet that he and Mr. Bradbury could have some remarkable conversations. I would imagine much the same could be said of Mohammed, Abraham, Gautama Buddha, Zoroaster, and who knows how many prophets and teachers.
If anyone believes that a man whose writings practically glow with spirituality is "lost", they had best take a look at their own path and where it is leading them.
"We love you. Remember that. We all love you. No matter how different you are, no matter if you leave us one day" --"Homecoming".
Praying for Ray Bradbury and Nard as well.
Any updates on either gentleman?
Wow! That really stinks. It had been a long time since I checked in on this site and apparently I've missed much.
I always enjoyed reading Nard's posts and seeing some of the photos he had of himself and Mr. Bradbury. I never met Nard and I know some folks were offended with these threads praying for Mr. Bradbury. Nard's absence will surely be missed and this board will be a lesser forum with him gone. It is neat though to imagine Nard in heaven worshiping his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I hope that one day Nard will bump into Mr. Bradbury up there too.
Best wishes to all. I'm going for a walk in the woods.
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